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  1. St. Thomas University hikes tuition by $363Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | CBC News

    St. Thomas University is raising tuition by $363 a year for domestic students despite a request from the provincial government to freeze rates. Dawn Russell, the president of the Fredericton-based liberal arts university, announced the tuition hike in a statement released on Wednesday.


  2. Soprano Batt will star in Opera Nova Scotia's production, Aspects of WomanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Chronicle Herald

    Soprano Maureen Batt will sing in two modern one-act operas in the Opera Nova Scotia production of Aspects of Woman at the Sir James Dunn Theatre Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. Tickets range from $10 to $35. As a young musician growing up in Fredericton, she mastered the piano and violin, performed in local orchestras, tried out the saxophone and attended summer fiddling camps.


  3. MetroTown camp offers teens a nonjudgmental environmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Miami Herald

    Through the camp, the senior at Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School, got the chance to speak to teens from around the county about social justice issues and that led her to decide to become a civil rights attorney. "It's realizing that other people suffer, that oppression is real and that inequalities exist," said Zuluaga, 18, who will serve as a counselor at the camp this year.


  4. Society must alter 'pervasive prejudice around aging'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | CBC News

    Deborah Van den Hoonaard says changing the words society uses regarding seniors would be a good start to fixing the issues of nursing home fees and crowded hospital wards. Money must be taken out of the equation when people begin talking about how to improve issues for seniors, says Deborah Van den Hoonaard, a St. Thomas University professor.


  5. Performance artist pretended to be candidate to 'mess with Tories'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Daily Mail

    Conservative candidate resigns saying he only ran for office as a 'performance art project' to 'mess with the Tories' in Canada A Conservative party candidate in Canada has resigned his candidacy, claiming it was all just part of a 'performance art project'. Chris Lloyd, who was running against Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau in the Montreal riding of Papineau, has resigned as the Conservative candidate a party spokesman confirmed on Tuesday.


  6. Miami woman tapped to lead Florida College SystemRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | The Miami Herald

    "It's an amazing opportunity to serve," she said Wednesday. "I always say, the colleges are gateways of opportunities.


  7. Conservative candidate who resigned left trail of clues on social mediaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | GlobalNews

    A federal Conservative candidate in Quebec who reportedly acknowledged his campaign was part of an art project intended to mess with the party has resigned. But a quick glance at some of Chris Lloyd's Facebook posts for the Conservative Party riding of Papineau leading up to his resignation show the candidate was poking fun at the party for months.


  8. Conservative candidate resigns, intended to 'mess' with federal ToriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | CTV

    The Conservative Party candidate running against Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau in the Montreal riding of Papineau has resigned, after it was revealed that he only wanted to "mess" with the party as part of a performance art project. Chris Lloyd resigned as the Conservative candidate in the Liberal stronghold, a spokesperson for the Conservative Party confirmed to CTV News Tuesday.


  9. Spring Arbor falls to St. Catharine in NAIA Baseball National Championship Opening RoundRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 |

    The Spring Arbor University baseball team fell behind early and were never able to recover in a 9-3 setback to St. Catharine College in the first game of the 2015 NAIA Baseball National Championship Opening Round on Tuesday. After a scoreless first inning, St. Catharine jumped on top in the second, using five walks and a timely single to plate three runs.


  10. 1 race, 5 choices for North Miami City Council electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 4 | The Miami Herald

    As North Miami voters gear up for the May 12 election, all eyes will be on the city's west side with the District 4 City Council seat as the only race. After potential candidates for both the mayor and city clerk positions were taken out of contention, all that remains are the five candidates to replace Councilwoman Marie Steril.


  11. Roseville Area School District 623 names superintendent finalistRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | Roseville Review

    The Roseville Area School Board has chosen Dr. Aldo Sicoli, the current Robbinsdale School District superintendent, as its top choice for the soon-to-be vacant superintendent seat. The two other finalists were District 623 staffers -- Roseville Area High School principal Dr. Jenny Loeck and assistant superintendent Peter Olson-Skog.


  12. Denzel Atherton selected for Girls StateRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | Tri

    The Kimball American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 261 is sponsoring Denzel Atherton as this year's Girls State representative. Denzel is a junior at Kimball Area High School, and is the daughter of Bryan and Nancy Atherton.


  13. Nicholas Graveline running for Green Party in District 5Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | The Guardian

    Graveline is a graduate of St. Thomas University where he studied environmental ethics and bioethics as part of his combined literature-religious studies degree. Since moving to P.E.I. eight years ago to pursue his cooking career he has worked in many Island restaurants.


  14. Gettleman's path to the draftRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Carolina Panthers

    General manager Dave Gettleman's system for evaluating draft prospects has been shaped while learning from other talent evaluators and his own experiences over 30 years in the NFL. After years of teaching and coaching and holding football camps at the high school level in a seemingly never-ending cycle to try and make ends meet, Dave Gettleman, now general manager of the Carolina Panthers, considered pursuing his master's degree in sports administration shortly after getting married in December 1984.


  15. City must prioritize needs versus wants 2 hours ago One of the most...Read the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | The Victoria Advocate

    One of the most important parts of serving on Victoria City Council is listening to the people you serve. I've been walking door-to-door in District 4 for months listening to my constituents, and they're concerned about issues like taxes, city spending and debt, public safety and streets.


  16. Social Development told to respect information lawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2015 | CBC News

    Anne Bertrand, the information commissioner, recommends the Department of Social Development respects its obligations under the Right to Information Act. The public's right to know about investigations conducted by the Department of Social Development is now the centre of an open disagreement between the provincial government and the province's access to information commissioner.


  17. Greendell Falcons getting set for bowl game in IrelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2015 | My

    The Greendell Falcons have been invited by the Irish American Football Association to return to Dublin, Ireland, to participate in The Gathering Bowl II Irish-American football tournament. The Falcons will be traveling to Dublin with the Falcons U20 Euroteam Aug. 15-25, 2015.


  18. 'First family of fiddling' brings world-class music to Harris CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2015 | Village Life

    Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy have created a new show to bring their fans the next chapter in their musical and personal journey. See it live at Harris Center for the Arts on May 4 & 5. For the first time on stage, they'll feature their children alongside dancers and singers from the traditions of their hometowns of Cape Breton and Lakefield, Ontario.


  19. Ave Maria softball twinbill halted due to rainRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2015 | Naples Daily News

    The Ave Maria University softball doubleheader at home against conference opponent St. Thomas University was halted due to rain in the bottom half of the seventh inning of game one on Saturday. The Lady Gyrenes trailed the Bobcats 8-1 when play was stopped.


  20. Resch builds Raptors into champsRead the original story

    Apr 16, 2015 | Lakefield Standard

    The Toronto Raptors are gearing up for their second straight trip to the National Basketball Association's Eastern Conference playoffs and a Jackson County Central graduate is a big reason why. As senior director of basketball operations and player development for the Raptors, Teresa Resch has had a role in shaping the franchise.